Scafat National Park, which is the second largest national park in Iceland and one of Iceland's unique natural attractions, is simply a mess of beauty. I really don't want to leave here! The natural scenery is wonderful. You can see vast glaciers, deep blue glacial lakes, soft-toned peaks, strange rocks, daunting canyons, rare birds, plants and animals. The scenery is magnificent. If you can, please leave me with the guide. Ha-ha!
All the way to Iceland, the sunshine lasted until it finally began to rain, and parked in the parking lot outside the Ice Lake, where you can buy the amphibious car (boat) for the tour of the Ice Lake. Soon someone will drive a speedboat to bring a large piece of millennial ice to the guide sister on the ship. The guide sister will tell you why the ice is blue (because it keeps melting and freezing). On the other hand, it's getting denser, reflecting the sunlight and looking blue. Then it's interesting to break it and everyone can taste the ice. Occasionally you can see seals in the ice lake.
Skafat National Park is the largest national park and Nature Reserve in Iceland. The Park combines glaciers, volcanoes, canyons, forests and waterfalls with spectacular scenery. Especially the glaciers in the park are decorated with volcanic ash, which is like a natural ink painting.
Ticket office acts as the cash register of the snack bar, one counter and two teams. I was in a foolish queue for half a day. Looking at the people in the queue, they were all hamburgers with plates in their hands. Only when my hands were empty, suddenly I felt like I was running for soy sauce. When I asked about it, I realized that I was standing in the wrong line. LUCKY caught the last three seats of the next ship. In the spare time of boarding, I ran to the ice lake to take pictures. Unfortunately, I didn't bring a long focal lens to take close-ups. I stood on the shore to take a panoramic view of the ice lake. It felt like nothing. It's a wonderful feeling to shuttle between ice cubes of all sizes. Blue ice quietly "floating" on the water surface, due to temperature changes slowly melt the various shapes of the car, but in fact, the underwater part of the ice is still very large, only a small part of the surface. Ice Lake tour, must not miss the entrance to the sea. Watching the ice float into the sea, it is filled with waterbirds, as if taking a free ferry into the sea. On the black beach, there are huge pieces of ice washed ashore by the tide, which are elegantly arranged into an arc and melt slowly. Unlike ice in ice lakes, their melting seems to be a work of art, restoring the original shape of the condensation.
The park has sunlit ice caps and jagged peaks, as well as a Laugavegurinn trail through smooth volcanic rocks. To see the ice tongue in the picture, you need to walk along the trail in the National Park for about half an hour. It's also rated as one of the ten most beautiful hiking places in the world. It's very suitable for hiking. It's a paradise for hikers.
Scafat National Park covers an area of 4807 square meters. It is the second largest national park in Iceland. It was established on September 5, 1967 and has been expanded twice since its completion. This is the Song of Ice and Fire, the game of rights, and the scene of the Hollywood sci-fi blockbuster Interstellar, so it has become a must-see place for many tourists. If you want to experience the star-crossing planet Mann, you have to take part in the glacier hiking project.
Scafat National Park is very beautiful. It is totally free from human pollution. It looks very beautiful. The Lake in the National Park is clean and clear, and you can see the bottom of the water. The scenery around the shore is very beautiful. It can be said that this is a gift from nature to mankind.
Scafat National Park: The icebergs here are decorated with volcanic ash, like a natural ink painting.